Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by betty swollocks, 19 Mar 2008.
I don't like this reading malarkey."
A man of decisions, he should go far!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
malarkey...good word for a 6 year old...he mustve heard it somewhere, not read it.
This weekend, unusually I had a bit of a drink at a relatives bash and was feeling worse for wear in the early hours of Sunday. Our kids got up around 6.15 am as they normally do and I made them a drink and they were happily playing downstairs so I went back to bed. The missus was snoring so I opted to creep into my son's bed which was darker and quieter(!) I awoke at 8.30 am to hear the following exchange:
Mum (rising from her bed) : Where's Dad?
5 year old: 'He's gone out. He's on a date. With another woman. He doesn't want to live here and he doesn't love you anymore.'
And then he laughed.
He's definitely got my sense of humour (sick) but I have no idea sometimes just where these things come from.
As a child, when I used to ask "Were's Mum?" the answer was invariably "She's run off with a black man".
One of the few times I have burst out laughing ChrisK!
I think I would get on well with your little one!
You wouldn't be laughing if she'd replied "Thank god for that!"
Other gems from James include (to his teacher):- "Don't give me this God and religion stuff, we're just a rock revolving round the sun."
(best of all):- "Politicians are really stupid."
You'll just have to teach him to squirm in his chair, grimace at his teacher and cry out "Oooooh me piles"
Ms tdr1nka has been heard telling people that 'in her family we don't call people stupid and we don't say f*cking hell'!
From the mouths of babes.........
Reminds me of the offspring when he was aged six. Doing dinosaurs at school. Teacher points at picture of dimetrodon and asks what dinosaur it is. Cue smart-ar$3ed offspring putting his hand up and saying "Please miss, dimetrodon is not a dinosaur, it's a mammalian reptile, one of our ancestors."
when i ask my son to get his schoolbag to make a start on his hmwk he sometimes says "ok, blood".
is the dude dissing me or bigging me up?
Let's hope he does not require you to aid him with preparation for a spelling test
He's referring to you as a member of family.
Separate names with a comma.